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Breast cancer in cats

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Breast cancer in cats

Breast cancer occurs most frequently in older, female pets that have not been spayed. While the cause of breast cancer is unknown, hormones are thought to play a role. Any suspicious lump in the mammary area should be examined by a vet as soon as possible.

What is breast cancer?

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What are the signs of breast cancer?

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